Time for a familiar face! I met up with my favorite lawyer, Alex, last week to capture some images for her Boise-based Gun Law practice. The doors to Alex’s new Idaho office opened several weeks ago…and I couldn’t be happier for her! She’s already making a mark her new community with appearances on KTVB’s News At Noon and with a column in the Idaho Statesman. We had a beautiful night for her session (albeit for a few pesky mosquitos) and even caught a couple of low-light photos under a stunning full moon. Wishing you nothing but continued success as you build your Boise practice, Alex!
The bloggity is a rockin’! Since I’m in sharing mode I thought I’d post a few images of my recent grad session with Hannah, a soon-to-be graduate of Mountain View High School! Some of you may recognize this pretty face from a session we did together last Fall. (Hannah’s mom requested a special split Fall/Spring session….which I was more than happy to accommodate.) This time we met up in Meridian where we captured some awesome shots along the various hidden nooks and crannies on Main Street. Hannah surprised me by showing up in a vibrant and stunning prom dress. And was such a trooper when I asked if she’d be willing to pose in what will now be referred to as “the bat cave”. You are simply beautiful Hannah! It was such a pleasure to work with you again. Best of luck as you prepare for graduation in the week ahead!
Eeeek…I’m behind on my posts! I met up with the wonderful Bluth Family several weeks ago and have been so eager to share their images. Photographing this family was such an amazing experience! They were reuniting for a quick weekend together (some of the kids live as far away as Connecticut & Arizona)…so the session was truly meant capture a very special gathering. Thank you for asking me to document your time together as a family, Bluths. I truly felt privileged to capture your love for one another.
Graduation is just around the corner! In honor of your upcoming celebrations, Amanda Allard Photography has re-opened all 2012 Senior Galleries for ordering. And as a gift to you, we will be offering 12% off all graduation essentials ordered before May 5th, including:
• Custom Open House Invites
• Custom Open House Guest Books
• Single and Double-Sided Wallets
• Print Enlargements
• And, Digital Files (for use in Slideshows or for making your own Invitations)
This year, we’re offering 8 bold Open House invites to help you get your party started! Click here to view your options. Ordering is easy, simply click here for step-by-step instructions. Don’t forget to enter GRADTIME at checkout to receive your 12% discount!*
A big phat congrats to all of you who are wrapping up your senior year. Graduation will be here before you know it!
* Please note that only one Coupon Code may be used per order. If you received a previous discount code as a referral gift, it may not be used in conjunction with this offer.*
Meet Rachel Sullivan…the newest member of the Coldwell Banker Tomlinson Group! She might possibly be the most photogenic person I’ve ever worked with. No….seriously…you’ve got it going on, Girl!
Rachel will be specializing in Eagle real estate. If you doubt her awesomeness…simply take a peak at a few of her attached outtakes so you can see just how much fun she is to work with. Congrats again on your new career, Rachel. I know you’re going to make a fantastic realtor!
Do you know what I love most about Idaho? It’s never too cold for “Senior Season”. In Northern Minnesota it was virtually unheard of to shoot outdoors in…GASP…February! This past Monday I met up with Nate, a senior from Grand View, Idaho, to capture some late-season grads. This brawny and brainy student was so much fun to work with! Not only is he a football and baseball star, he also has aspirations to be a doctor someday. Better yet, he was totally game for all of my crazy antics…which may or may not have included posing in front of a public restroom. I hope these pictures prove what a photogenic guy you are, Nate. Best of luck to you in the year ahead! Fingers crossed that you end up at the University of Washington this fall.